Two of the six members of the Burundi robotics team, who participated in an international competition this week in Washington, D.C., were seen crossing into Canada and have been reported safe, police said Thursday.
By Synclaire Cruel
A memorial for the 17-year-old Muslim girl who was murdered nearby a Virginia mosque last weekend was set ablaze in Washington, D.C. this morning, fire officials said.
By Joshua Barajas
We’re taking a break from politics to look at these five important stories that were overrun by last week’s news cycle.
By Erica R. Hendry, Iman Smith and Joshua Barajas
Never in my much-travelled life have I boarded a large commercial airliner where the cabin crew outnumbered the fare-paying passengers. To me this encapsulated heaven on Earth for the often poverty-stricken freelance journalist! To have a choice were I could…
By Sebastian Rich
By Elizabeth Flock and Kristen Doerer
Across the country Thursday, workers staged a “Day Without Immigrants,” a protest of President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration.
By Alison Thoet
The bright, white 150-year-old dome of the U.S. Capitol was revealed Tuesday, completely restored after a three-year project.
By Laura Santhanam
A Washington, D.C.-area metro transit police officer has been arrested for trying to support the Islamic State group, the first time a U.S. officer has faced terror-related charges, according to federal law enforcement agencies Wednesday.
By Joshua Barajas
D.C. lawmakers approved a measure Tuesday that would raise the hourly minimum wage to $15, joining lawmakers in New York and California who have passed similar proposals in recent months.
By Larisa Epatko
At concerts, camera phones have replaced cigarette lighters to show audience appreciation. Here are five tricks of the trade by a professional concert photographer.
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